Seven great deals from Asda, Currys and Tesco to get the kids back-to-school ready | The Sun
SCHOOL’S out, but only for another month.
Kit kids out now and you could save a packet.
From stationery to lunchboxes, make a back-to-school saving in the sales. . .
ON THE CASE: Fill pencil cases for less at Asda. Packs of highlighters are £1 off, three Pritt sticks are £2.25 instead of £2.95 and a 10-pack of Bic biros is £1.50, usually £2.65.
Wilko has a great range of pencil cases for £3, but a good budget option is their clear PVC case for 60p.
TOP DEAL: Forget splashing out on an expensive Apple MacBook — the Lenovo IdeaPad 3i 14” Chromebook is a great option for students and currently has £100 off at Currys, making it £149.
Another option is to check your mobile phone provider, as many now offer payment plans for laptops. For example, existing customers save up to 15 per cent on a Samsung Galaxy Book payment plan until August 29.
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ART ATTACK: Fuel their artistic streak at The Works. Packs of 26 Sharpie pens are on sale, reduced from £30.96 to £10, while the 75-piece wooden art box, which includes colouring pencils and gel pens, is on offer for £8 instead of £10.
GET ORGANISED: From folders to wallets, use your Tesco Clubcard to save a packet on back-to-school essentials. Teens can take advantage of discounted revision cards and index Post-it notes, while exercise book plastic film is £3.75 instead of £5.
Grab a Pukka jotta 80-page notepad for £1.50, down from £2.10
COOL DOWN: Keep snacks and lunch boxes in a cool bag from Dunelm. There’s up to 30 per cent off selected lunch bags, including space themed and animal-print ones, reduced from £3.50 to £2.45. Primark has an excellent budget striped option for £1.
- All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.
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